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Egyptian Theatre
6712 Hollywood Boulevard
Hollywood, CA 90028 Map
Sat, Jun 14, 2014

Art Deco Illustrated Presentations 2014
Working Women's Fashion / THE BEST OF EVERYTHING
Presented by the American Cinematheque, Clever Vintage Clothing & the Art Deco Society of Los Angeles

12:00PM - 6:00PM: Join us in the Courtyard for a sale organized by Clever Vintage Clothing featuring more than 25 vendors, including Ellen Winer, Little Treasures, Bom Bom Vintage, Linda Stevens Designs, Clever Vintage Clothing, Bleu Vintage, Violette Vintage, Fashion Liz, Switched On Designs, Well Worn Art, Vintazia, Francisco George, Maude Vintage, Christine's Pretty Things, Eye Who See, AdVintage Styles, and Secret Back Room Vintage.

Tickets to the Courtyard sale ($5) are available here.

2:00PM: "Working Women's Fashion" Illustrated Talk (60 min.)
From Rosie the Riveter to Mary Tyler Moore, explore how working women have influenced fashion from the 1940s to the 1970s. Using period images from myvintagevogue.com and a runway show of vintage examples from clevervintageclothing.com, clothing historian Dave Temple will discuss how working women changed the fashion landscape forever. Followed by a fashion show of women's fashions for work through the decades.

3:30PM: Film screening of the 1959 film THE BEST OF EVERYTHING starring Hope Lange, Diane Baker and Suzy Parker as three young women working at a New York publishing house under demanding boss Joan Crawford.

Tickets to the "Working Women's Fashion" Presentation & THE BEST OF EVERYTHING ($7-11) are available at the Box Office and here:

1959, 20th Century Fox, 121 min, USA, Dir: Jean Negulesco

This adaptation of the Rona Jaffe bestseller follows the lives and loves of three young women (Hope Lange, Diane Baker and Suzy Parker) who share a Manhattan apartment and work together at a publishing house under demanding boss Joan Crawford. Beautifully shot by William C. Mellor, this delectable romantic drama brought composer Alfred Newman an Oscar nomination for the title song, and served as partial inspiration for the series “Mad Men.” Costarring Stephen Boyd, Louis Jourdan and future producer Robert Evans.

Screening format: DCP
Egyptian Theatre • Sat, Jun 14, 2014 • 2:00pm

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